Financial Disclosure Agreement Njcu

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Please contact us by email at sbdc@njcu.edu and do not forget to inform us: I understand that the aid qualified as “estimated” on my Financial Aid Award does not constitute an actual or guaranteed payment, but an estimate of the help I can receive if I find all the requirements set out in this aid programme. I understand that my Financial Aid Award depends on my continued enrolment and participation in each class on which my financial eligibility has been calculated. If I can interrupt a course before closing, I understand that my eligibility may decrease and that some or all of the financial aid granted to me may be revoked. If some or all of the financial aid is revoked because I dropped out or did not take the courses, I agree to repay all the revoked aid that was paid into my account and that resulted in a credit that was repaid to me. I understand that any Federal Title IV financial support I receive, with the exception of federal work study salaries, applies first to any remaining credits in my account for tuition, fees, rooms and food. I authorize NJCU to apply my Title IV financial support to other fees taken from my student account, such as. B student health insurance, parking cards, bookstore fees, service fees and fines, as well as all other education-related costs. I continue to understand that this habilitation remains in force until I student it or the end of the academic year. I understand that I can revoke this consent by completing the eConsent of Use Title IV Funds revocation form here. For more information on IDR, see: www.njcu.edu/idr www.instagram.com/njcu_idr/ www.linkedin.com/company/njcuidr/ TRENTON, N.J. (March 30, 2020) – The New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) announced today that it is partnering with four organizations to provide support services to businesses seeking financial support through small business administration (SBA) programs. This technical assistance is the latest in a series of measures taken by New Jersey to help small businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Senate and the White House have agreed, all parties combined, on a $2 trillion stimulus package to stabilize the U.S. economy during the coronavirus crisis The COVID-19 pandemic has had severe financial repercussions on communities across the country, leading to the federal government`s adoption of Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES). Bergen County, under the leadership of jim Tedesco`s county executive and the Board of Chosen Freeholders, launched Bergen County`s small business management program, using CARES Act tools. The Bergen Cares Small Business Grant Program is an economic stability measure designed to ease the financial burden on small businesses negatively affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and increase overall business confidence during the recovery. As always, NJSBDC is here for you and your business at NJCU. If you have any questions and/or concerns, we advise you to contact us by e-mail, sbdc@njcu.edu, as physical access to our center may be limited. I authorize NJCU and its representatives and contractors to contact me under my current and future mobile phone number, email address(es) or wireless(s) in relation to my overdue accounts/student loans, any other debt I owe to NJCU or obtain general information from NJCU…